Duplicity reveals itself like the serpent because it cannot brave the sun of courage. Duplicity, the tool of the powerful, like the serpent strikes first with the tail only to expose its grotesque head when you on the floor. To rise up, you need to see what it is and not to live the lie.
You act like mortals in all that you fear but like immortals in all that you desire. -Seneca.
Faith then, is it what we fear or desire?
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The writing was always on the wall. We just did not read it right or, we just did not understand it or, we just ignored it. 2021 beckons on what 2020 left on the wall.
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Mr.C.Watsa:”Yawar when you walk down a poorly lit road at night, sometimes you see shadows which look frightening. But if you keep on walking you come to the shadow and realise that it is only a light pole or something like that. The shadow looked frightening but the reality is something we with everyday.” Actual quote of teacher to pupil.
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Faugh is an expression of disgust and befitting on the lips when you see how people get away with murder! Other expressions of vulgarity have no refinement because its dirty as the crime.
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Hatred fuels the fires of hell and torture kindles hatred. Why would human right violations be the order of the state when peaceful alternatives are vivid as the rising sun? Because of Power! ‘Absolute power corrupts absolutely.’
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The curse of riches is voracious greed asphyxiating those in power such that only kleptocracy becomes their antidote.
Stories of those that follow their dreams is like the flight of the seagull.
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The ‘inside agent’ at the Fort de Goede Hoop and most powerful matriarchal voice against colonialism in South Africa. South Africa then and now reads like a game of thrones.
“Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.” Marcus Aurelius.
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